William Eckert

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Dr. William Eckert, according to the New York Times, was a world renowned authority in the field of pathology and he worked on major murder cases including the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy. [1] Dr. Eckert founded the American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology.[2] According to Time magazine, Dr. Eckert was a pioneer who encouraged collaborative effort between law-enforcement and forensics teams.[3]

References

  1. New York Times, William Eckert, 73, Medical Sleuth in Major Cases By WILLIAM H. HONAN, September 24, 1999
  2. New York Times, William Eckert, 73, Medical Sleuth in Major Cases By WILLIAM H. HONAN, September 24, 1999
  3. Time Magazine, Milestones by By VAL CASTRONOVO, MATTHEW COOPER, AUTUMN DE LEON, DANIEL S. LEVY, LINA LOFARO, CHRIS TAYLOR AND DAVID E. THIGPEN, October 9, 1999
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